I read the book The Man Within by Lora Leigh earlier in the month of August but didn't get around to putting my thoughts down until now.
Ever since she was a little girl, Roni has always been protected by her friend Taber. He has captured her heart. They are finally going to get together. Then he brushes her off and never wants to see her again. Her heart is shattered. They spend months apart, then the news of the Breeds gets released. She finds out that he is one. Her father finds out as well when he sees the mark on her neck. Her dad would do anything to sell her out, and he does. This throws Roni back into Taber's arms, and his kiss seals the deal. Even after months apart they are drawn to each other. They are in a mating frenzy, chemically drawn to each other. Nothing but pregnancy will make it stop.
This second book of the Breeds series felt a lot like rehashing the same things that happened in the first book. There was not much of a plot and the mating frenzy had already been the main event of book 1. There was the story line about Roni's father but even that I found weak. All that being said, I did find it hard to put the book down. I really do want to continue to read the series, I just hope that the other books have a bit more of a story to them.